KiDi, who is signed to Lynx Entertainment and was born Dennis Nana Dwamena, claims he became too proud on the night of the 22nd Vodafone Ghana Music Awards (VGMAs), which resulted in him losing out on the night's most prestigious award, Artiste of the Year, to gospel diva Diana Antwi Hamilton.
On Saturday, July 31, in an interview with Tony Best on Akoma FM's Entertainment 360, the Highlife and Afrobeat sensation remarked that it is natural to believe that once nominated, you can win the categories and possibly the ultimate.
When he received his third award of the night, the Artiste of the Year, got into his mind too much, he stated.
“I didn't say much when I received the first award, and I didn't say much when I received the second, either, but when I received the third award, it bolstered my confidence, and I felt I was so close to winning the Artiste of the Year that I said, ‘I will be back.'
“However, I had the impression that God was saying to me, 'my guy, you're growing too prideful for my liking.' “The four you got are OK; take them home with you,” KiDi joked.
KiDi, who held his much-anticipated listening party for the ‘Golden Boy' album on Thursday, July 29, has already begun touring to promote it.
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